Father's Day Lobster Fest

# June 17 - 20, 2021

Father’s Day is June 20!
Treat him with Lobster Live Lobsters!

$16/each. Approximate Size 1.25 lb.

 Did You Pre-Order Father's Day Lobster!

Pre-Orders For Live Lobster Has Closed

Remember to pick up your order on Saturday 6/19 (only) before 7 p.m.
Lobster will be available while supplies last also June 17-20

If you need to check in regarding your order or need more information,
please contact the meat department for your preferred location.

Online Ordering for Father's Day has closed. 

You may reach out to our Trig's Meat & Seafood Counters as they may be able to help you with your needs.

For your convenience, our contact numbers are below:

  • Eagle River 715-479-6411
  • Minocqua 715-356-9456
  • Rhinelander 715-369-1470
  • Stevens Point 715-341-0200
  • Tomahawk 715-453-2174
  • Wausau 715-849-8744
  • Weston 715-359-0451

 

Storing Lobster 

Store refrigerated in loosely sealed bag, and minimize the amount of light the live lobster is exposed to. Live lobsters should be cooked within 24-30 hours after pick up.

Lobster Cooking Tips

Boiling

Best for cooking 4 or more lobsters at a time. Cooks lobsters more evenly than steaming. High intense heat cooks the meat quickly, making it easier to remove from the shell.

Steaming

Yields a more tender lobster than boil. Lobsters are lessdiluted with water, making less of a mess. Preserves the ocean fresh taste of the lobster.

Grilling Lobster Tail

Grill lobsters cut side down over medium high heat about 5 minutes, until the shells are bright in color. Turn the tails over and spoon a generous tablespoon of herbed butter onto the butterflied meat. Grill for another 4 minutes, or until the lobster meat is an opaque white color.

Image of a Trig's employee in a lobster costume to celebrate Lobster Fest - Annually at Trig's stores locations.

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